pegasus-cleanup [-h][-d][-f urls]
pegasus-cleanup removes the files associated with the given URL. Some of the protocols it can handle are GridFTP, SRM, Amazon S3, HTTP, and file://.
Note that pegasus-cleanup is a tool mostly used internally in Pegasus workflows, but the tool can be used stand alone as well.
- Prints a usage summary with all the available command-line options.
-f urls, --file urls
- Specifies the file with URLs to clean up (one per line). If this option is not given the list of URLs will be read from stdin.
- Enables debugging output.
# 1 some_site_name echo gsiftp://somehost/some/path | pegasus-cleanup
Credentials used for cleanup can be specified with a combination of comments in the input file format and environment variables. For example, give the input file above, pegasus-cleanup will expect either one environment variable specifying one generic credential (X509_USER_PROXY), or a specific one for the site named in the input file comment (X509_USER_PROXY_some_site_name).
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